Grand Bassa County Citizen Donates Vehicle To Police Detachment
From Elton Wroinbee Tiahwroinbee1995@gmail.com | GNN Correspondent | Grand Bassa County |
A Prominent Citizen Of Grand Bassa County has donated a vehicle to the police detachment of Grand Bassa County after a long period of time suffering for the lack of vehicle has been blessed Anthony Barchure.
Anthony Barchue who is also the founder and chief executive officer of Hope Foundation Liberia told reporters that the vehicle presented to the police is his on the way of identifying with them.
Noting further Mr. Barchue said, “We all as citizens need to help the government because we are the direct beneficiaries of the police services.”
He furthered ” I have come to present this vehicle as my organization’s own way of identifying with you. I heard that the shortage of vehicle has been a major challenge hampering your move”.
Barchue asserted that the country is challenge, adding that it requires everyone’s support to solve the problems.
” Our Police Officers have been challenged in terms of curtailing crimes in Grand Bassa County only because of the vehicle”.
The Hope Foundation boss stressed that many citizens in the county can afford 4 to 5 vehicles privately; adding that they have refused to help due to the lack of love for the county.
” How do we expect the police to be on time at a crime scene whenever we call them, do we expect them to walk or use motorcycles, we have to learn to help ourselves, ” Barchue said.
Saickor Freeman, Commander Grand Bassa police detachment in a joyful mood received the keys of the vehicle with assurance that he will use it for the intended purpose.
“Mr. Barchue, I just don”t know how to express my happiness and gratitude to you because since I been in Grand Bassa County, it’s my first time for an individual to think about the movement of we the police “.
He furthered, “ We have called on leaders and other prominent citizens to help but they just couldn’t do. ”
Commander Freeman asserted that the vehicle will help them function properly in the vicinity of the city.
Police in Grand Bassa County was seen several months again stocked in a single-vehicle to enforce the state of Emergency.
On many occasions, the vehicle was seen packed due to mechanical problems that stalled the movement of the police’s movement.
Though the vehicle presented to the police by Mr. Barchue can’t be used for rural communities’ movement it will ease the movement problem for Buchanan City.